Families looking for new things to do, here's a list of new family-friendly attractions and places that has opened or will be opening in 2021 for you to visit!
*Updated 26 Nov 2021: added new venues, removed older venues and included new categories
With families unable to travel for the last year (and for a foreseeable 2021), you may feel that there are no new places to go or things to do. I assure you that is unlikely to be true and to help you discover your next adventure, we put together a list of 51 new attractions and places in Singapore that opened or are opening in 2021 (signup for our newsletter to get regular updates of the latest family events and experiences)!
New Family-friendly Attractions and Places For 2021
This list includes the following places that have opened or will be opening 2021. We have created categories to make it easier to navigate.
Places that Reopened
- Adventure Cove Waterpark
- Little Bear’s House
- Changi Chapel and Museum
- Reflections at Bukit Chandu
- Haw Par Villa
- Peppa Pig Happy Day Interactive Play
- Jurassic Dinosaur - Adventure Park
- Brickosaurs World
- D’Ultimate Carnival
- Pop-up Disney!
- Otah & Friends: Camp Stardust
- Jumptopia @ Sands Expo
Indoor Playgrounds, Play Venues & Attractions
- Kiztopia @ Jurong East
- Kiztopia @ Punggol
- SMIGY Tiong Bahru
- Petite Tayo
- Rocking Horse Playhouse
- SWAGA Gym Playground
- Fat Cat Sembawang
- Upwall Climbing
- eSports Experience Centre
- Time Capsule At Singapore Flyer
- Museum of Ice Cream
- SkyHelix @ Sentosa
Adventure and Outdoors
- ForestPlay @ Sentosa
- Splash Adventure
- Mud Krank
- Go-Kart Jurong
- Go-Kart Singapore Expo
Free Playgrounds / Parks
- Coastal Playgrove
- COMO Adventure
- Playground @ Kampung Siglap
- Messy & Nature Play @ Sprout Hub
- Bukit Batok Neighbourhood Park Playground
- Yishun Neighbourhood N8 Park
- Bukit Gombak Park
- Jurong Lake Garden’s Butterfly Park
- KingFisher Wetland
- Green Corridor Central
- Transport-themed Free Playground @ Great World
Restaurants and Cafes
- Brewerkz at One Fullerton
- Tiong Bahru @ Foothills
- Kith @ Great World
- Timbre+ Eastside
- Cluny Food Court
- Flippers Bugis Junction
- Minions Cafe
Places that Reopened
1. HeadRock VR
Location: 80 Siloso Road, Southside Block B, #01-03, Singapore 098969
Opening Hours: Thu - Tue (Closed Wed), 11 am - 7 pm
Fees: from $25
Located at the scenic Southside at Sentosa, HeadRock VR reopened it doors to families on 7 Nov 2021 with a refreshed offering and a brand new Kids Interactive Zone, Hello! My Dino, to cater for the younger ones!
Unlike other playgrounds, HeadRock VR focuses on the use of virtual reality in it's games to bring your family unforgettable fun! There are 8 exciting simulator rides and interactive games for older kids and adults while little ones can have fun at the 4 interactive zone at Hello! My Dino.
Location: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall (North Wing), #02-477, Singapore 038983
- Weekdays: 11.30 pm - 9 pm
- Weekends, PH and Sch Hols: 10 am - 10 pm
Admission: From $19.90
From the largest outdoor to the largest indoor play venue! After a year's hiatus, SuperPark reopens with brand new owners, brand new offerings and still the same much fun! It spans across 2 floors at Suntec City Mall, and is filled with activities suitable for both parents and kids to have fun at!
3. Adventure Cove Waterpark
Photo Credits: Resorts World Sentosa (圣淘沙名胜世界)
Venue: Resorts World Sentosa
Opening Hours: 10 am to 5 pm
Dates: Every Fri - Sun, Fri - Tue on Sch Hols, Public Holidays
Admission: From $20
After being closed for over a year, Adventure Cove Waterpark reopened on 12 May 2021! Expect thrills, spills and lots of splashing around! Come experience Riptide Rocket, the region’s first hydro-magnetic coaster or go on a spin on the iconic Whirlpool Washout! For those looking for a laidback experience, come cruise down Adventure River instead!
4. Little Bear's House
Venue: 21 Lichfield Road, Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 556841
Opening Hours: Mon to Sun, 9am to 7pm
- Off-Peak (Mon to Fri, excluding Peak Days): $22/child (> 9 months old)
- Peak (Sat & Sun & Public Holidays): $25 for 2hr playtime/child (> 9 months old)
At Little Bear’s House, you can find a great array of toys that have been specially chosen to encourage children to develop their potential through exploration, discovery, social interaction and imagination. The playground has undergone a facelift and is now open for little ones to come have fun and create family memories!
5. Changi Chapel and Museum
Photo Credit: The Changi Museum
Venue: 1000 Upper Changi Rd North, Singapore 507707
Operating Hours: 9.30 am - 5.30 pm (Tue - Sun, Public Holidays)
Pricing: Free (Singaporeans and PRs) | $8/$5 (General Tickets Adults / Concession)
Closed since 2018 for a major redevelopment, the Changi Chapel and Museum reopened on 19 May 2021. The Changi Chapel and Museum is both a shrine to the war dead and an effort to keep their stories alive. Following the revamp, the museum has new content and and artefacts presented in an intimate and engaging format, highlighting the personal stories, courage and resilience of the prisoners of war and civilians who were interned in Changi prison camp during the Japanese Occupation.
6. Reflection at Bukit Chandu
Venue: Reflections at Bukit Chandu, 31-K Pepys Road Singapore 118458
Opening Hours: 9.30am to 5pm (Tuesdays to Sundays), Closed every Monday except Public Holidays
Admission: Free admission for Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents
Reflections at Bukit Chandu (RBC) is a museum managed by the National Museum of Singapore, under the National Heritage Board, that tells the story of the Malay Regiment in the Battle of Pasir Panjang, during which the heavily outnumbered soldiers from the regiment made a heroic last stand against a 13,000-strong Japanese force.
A nice and quiet venue for families to visit and to learn more about Singapore's history as well as Singapore's involvement in the opium trade. The museum is also a great stop for families trekking across the Southern Ridges
7. Haw Par Villa
Photo Credit: Haw Par Villa
Venue: 262 Pasir Panjang Rd, Singapore 118628
Operating Hours: 9 am - 7 pm
Another attraction thatreopened is the iconic Haw Par Villa. First built in 1937, Haw Par Villa was known for its assortment of some 1,000 sculptures depicting Chinese legends and folklore, and was a popular attraction in the 80s. Its popularity declined over the years and the revamp will see new experiences added to the attraction for families to enjoy!
We advise caution for those visiting with younger kids as the imagery and statues may be frightening for some kids.
Peppa Pig Happy Day Interactive Play
Venue: Marina Square, Level 3, #03- 208/209
Date: 3 Nov 2021 - 13 Feb 2022
Time: 10 am, 12 pm, 6 pm and 8 pm
Admission: from $28
Peppa Pig, the pre-schoolers’ superstar is coming to Singapore this November in a brand-new interactive experience at Marina Square! The Peppa Pig Happy Day Interactive Play features a multitude of Peppa Pig- themed activities for the kids and promises to be great fun for all Peppa Pig fans!
Tickets to the Peppa Pig Happy Day Interactive Singapore are available on KKday, so get yours now!
2. Jurassic Dinosaur - Adventure Park
Venue: D'Marquee, Downtown East
Date: 24 Dec 2021 - 13 Feb 2022
Price: from $25 (Tickets available exclusively on Trip.com)
An variety of activities are happening at Downtown East, and one of this is the Jurassic Dinosaur Adventure Park Interactive Indoor Playground where children can get to many Dinosaur-themed activities. Get your tickets now at 15% off, while stocks last.
3. D'Ultimate Xcape
Venue: D’Ultimate Xcape @ Downtown East, Begonia Open-Air Carpark
Dates: 13 Oct - 20 Mar 2022
As part of NTUC’s 60th anniversary campaign this year, families can expect a host of fun activities and pop-up attractions at Downtown East. At D'Ultimate Xcape, families can expect carnival rides and games,‘Dino’ inflatable park, creative art installations, and experiential workshops, couple this with the pop-up hotel concept, SG Hotel on Wheels, this is the place for families to be for an activity- filled fun time!
4. Brickosaurs World
Photo Credit: Mandai Wildlife Reserve
Venue: Singapore Zoo and River Wonders
Date: 13 Nov 2021 - 3 May 2022
Admission: Entry fees apply + additional fees for activities
From 13 Nov 2021 to 3 May 2022, families visiting the Singapore Zoo and River Wonders will get to experience Brickosaurs World, the first ever showcase in Asia featuring over 60 "life-sized" dinosaurs. Discover over 60 Brickosaurs structures built with over 1.5 million Lego bricks at the Singapore Zoo and River Safari! The "dinosaurs" are scattered across the parks and you will find tiny raptors and even a 4m tall Plesiosaur and a gigantic T-Rex weighing over 1,964kg!
5. Pop-up Disney!
Venue: Suntec Convention Centre, Level 3, Suntec City Tower 1, Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039593
Dates: 19 Nov 2021 - 20 Mar 2022, 11 am - 9 pm (Daily)
Admission: $26 (Adult), $21 (Child)
Pop-Up Disney! A Mickey Celebration is a tribute to Mickey Mouse, the icon that has delighted the hearts of everyone across the decades. Come join Mickey in a visually stunning and whimsically immersive experience, where art and selfies come together to make magical memories for everyone!
This exhibition is highly recommended for Mickey fans as you will get to take many pictures and even purchase your Disney merchandise to bring home! Get your tickets on Klook.
6. Otah & Friends: Camp Stardust
Venue: National Museum of Singapore, 93 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178897 (Exhibition Gallery, Basement Level)
Date: 16 Nov 2021 - 20 Mar 2022
Admission: $24 per pax
Following three successful escape rooms at Gardens by the Bay and Suntec City, Otah & Friends is back with its fourth and biggest outlet - Camp Stardust at the National Museum of Singapore. Families can look forward to new immersive gameplay, otter-themed photo booths, and more at the National Museum.
7. Jumptopia @ Sands Expo
Venue: Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Hall B, Level 1
Dates: 19 Nov - 2 Jan 2022
Admission: from $25 per pax (Tickets exclusively on Klook)
Jumptopia: Holiday Village occupies a whopping 44,000 sqft of space for families to bounce your way through 15 giant bouncy castles! The play venue also includes new and comprehensive play concepts such as maze, swings, slides, ‘rock’-climbing, obstacle course and human size bubble ball for all ages to have fun together!
Indoor Playgrounds, Play Venues & Attractions
1. Kiztopia Club @ Jurong East
Venue: Jurong West Central 2, JP1, #03-8/19, Singapore 648886
Opening Hours: Mon to Sun (10 am to 10 pm)
Admission: From $18
Kiztopia expands into the heartland with the opening of it's first Kiztopia Club at Jurong Point on 28 May 2021. The Kiztopia Club at Jurong Point will be 4,500 square feet and outer-space themed. Targeted at kids 10 years old and below, the Kiztopia Club will have cosier play areas that do not compromise on the fun.
2. Kiztopia Club @ Punggol
Venue: Punggol Town Square, 85 Punggol Central, Singapore 828726
Opening Hours: Sun - Thu (10 am - 9 pm) | Fri - Sat (10 am - 10 pm)
Admission: From $18
Kiztopia Club at Punggol Town Square opened in July 2021. Occupying 5,500 sqft, this outlet is larger compared to the outlet at Jurong. There will be 12 play concepts and 4 functional areas such as an indoor driving car area, role play rooms, trampolines, slides, and more! The club will also feature a full-fledge restaurant with specially curated meals for families!
3. SMIGY Tiong Bahru
Venue: Tiong Bahru Plaza, #02-115A
Opening Hours: 10 am - 8 pm (Mon - Thu), 10 am - 9 pm (Fri - Sun)
Admission: from $19
SMIGY opened a second outlet at Tiong Bahru Plaza, SMIGY Tiong Bahru is smaller compared to it's PLQ mall outlet but it doesn't lose on any fun factors! Expect a massive ballpit, trampolines, climbing structures and lots of pretend play corners for the little ones to have fun at!
4. Petite Tayo KidsClub
Admission: From $20 per child
More Ticketing Options: Klook
Petite Tayo KidsClub is the first-ever Tayo character-based indoor playground with cozy working space. Located at Kallang Wave Mall, the play venue is located in a 1,500 sqft space where where work, play and learning co-exists.
This is a brand new concept adapted to the new norm in the post-COVID world especially for working parents with young children. You can even book a working space that comes with a minder to care for your little ones while you get work done!
5. Kidodo Playground
Venue: City Square Mall, #02-19A
Opening Hours: 11 am - 8 pm (Mon to Thu) | 11 am to 9 pm (Fri to Sun,PH)
Admission: From $12
More Ticketing Option: BYKidO (with additional playtime)
Located at Level 2 of City Square Mall, Kidodo Playground opened in July 2021 to bring fun and joy to parents in the vicinity. Managed by a husband and wife team, Kidodo Playground is inspired by their child and their own experience in visiting indoor playgrounds! Thus you will find the playground packed with various types of play!
6. Rocking Horse Playhouse
Venue: 100 Turf Club Road, #01-02M Horse City, Singapore 287992
Opening Hours: 10 am - 6 pm (Daily)
Admission Fee: $25 per adult / child
Located in the midst of education and entertainment venue at Horse City is a play space for babies and toddlers. Rocking Horse Playhouse offers a safe environment for babies to crawl and explore, toddlers to play with high quality toys and adults to bond with their children, get to know other parents or simply to take a break!
7. Playground @ SWAGA GYM
Venue: 200 Turf Club Rd, 02-14, Singapore 287994
Opening Hours: 9 am - 9 pm daily
Admission: $10 per hour per child
SWAGA Gym is a newly open gymnastic centre at The Grandstand that has taken over the previous location of Kidzland. The gym has opted to keep the previous playground structure intact (with some changes) and open it as a jungle-themed indoor playground, the Jungle Gym, for both members and public to enjoy.
8. Fat Cat Arcade Sembawang
Venue: Sun Plaza, 30 Sembawang Dr, #03-14, Singapore 757713
Opening Hours: Mon - Sun: 11am – 1am
More Ticketing Option: BYKidO
Fat Cat Arcade opens its 3rd outlet at Sun Plaza. With outlets at Hillion Mall and 313@Somerset, Fat Cat Arcade hopes to cater to families living in different parts of the island! At Fat Cat Arcade, you will find arcade games, claw catcher machines and more!
9. Upwall Climbing
Venue: 1 Pasir Ris Close #01-105, Singapore 519599
Opening Hours: Check Upwall Climbing for latest
Admission: $20 for unguided climb or $30 for guided climb
More Ticketing Options: BYKidO
Upwall Climbing is a Rock Climbing Gym situated in the East of Singapore within E!Hub. It is a beginner-friendly facility focused on nurturing the young and bringing families together through a fun and engaging activity. Climbers can choose to scale the high walls either with the auto-belay lanes or by top-rope belaying too!
Read more about our experience (and more pictures) on our IG post now!
10. eSports Experience Centre
Venue: 1 Stadium Place, #02-09/10 Kallang Wave Mall, Singapore 397628
Opening Hours: TBC
Opened in July 2021, E-sports Experience Centre, is a 12,000 sqft gaming venue located at Kallang Wave Mall. It houses a comprehensive e-sports ecosystem under one roof, including an integrated live-streaming-ready e-sports event space, pro-esports team rooms, e-sports cafe, open-concept gaming and a LAN gaming area.
The venue offers the latest gaming products and equipment, and it is marketed as free-to-play. That means, you can step into the shop and simply try your hands at any of the gaming consoles, mobile games and PC games available. This includes different gaming consoles such as Nintendo Switch, Playstation and XBox, as well as top-range gaming PCs. Just note the 1-hour limit to allow others to play as well.
You will also find Pokemon Ga-ola machines available at the shop but these are not free to play.
11. Time Capsule @ Singapore Flyer
Venue: Singapore Flyer
Opening Hours: Thu - Sun, PH (3 pm - 10 pm)
Admission: From $15
More Ticketing Options: Klook
The Time Capsule is an immersive and multisensory attraction at the Singapore Flyer, offering guests the opportunity to rediscover the Singapore Story through nine different zones. The entire experience is expected to take 30 to 45 mins!
The Time Capsule is a complementary addition to the Singapore Flyer. It draws on the concept of time travel taking guests through a journey through Singapore’s 700-year history.
12. Museum of Ice Cream
Photo Credit: Museum of Ice Cream
Venue: 100 Loewen Road, Dempsey, Singapore 248837
Opening Hours: 10 am - 11 pm (Closed Tues)
Pricing: From $38
First announced in April 2021, the highly Instagrammable exhibition, Museum of Ice Cream, will be opened in Singapore in Aug 2021 and tickets are already available. Singapore is MOIC's first stop outside of the United States and the exhibition will include 14 installations dedicated to ice cream in a 60,000 sq. ft. space!
As families explore the installations, they can enjoy unlimited servings of delicious ice cream treats reinvented with a local twist - such as Pulut Hitam Potong ice cream, Lemon Bliss Balls, Apple Pie Soft Serve, Lychee Bandung and Taro Milk Tea ice cream sandwiches - as well as unique flavors like Pina Colada ice cream.
13. SkyHelix Sentosa
Venue: 41 Imbiah Road, Singapore 099707 (Imbiah Lookout zone)
Operating Hours: 10am to 9:30pm, Daily (last boarding at 9pm)
- Adult: S$18
- Child (4-12 years old): S$15
Located within the collection of attractions at Imbiah Lookout, the vertical 40- metre-tall helix-like structure, SkyHelix, is a short stroll from the Singapore Cable Car’s Sentosa station. Opening on 15 Dec 2021, visitors will get to ascend to a height of 79 metres above sea level
Adventure and Outdoors
1. ForestPlay SG @ Sentosa
Video Credits: May Ho
Venue: 112 Tanjong Beach Walk Singapore, Singapore 098945
Opening Hours: 10 am - 12 pm | 1.30 pm - 3.30 pm | 4 pm - 6 pm (Weekends in May and everyday in June)
More Ticketing Option: BYKidO
ForestPlay SG is Singapore’s first Nature Adventure Playscape, combining an adventure playground with learning in nature. The venue provides a fun and challenging environment for kids between 4 to 14 yrs. Kids will be given the opportunity to take part in outdoor creative play. They are encouraged to create collaboratively, build imaginatively, and use tools at an adult free zone.
2. Splash Adventure
Venue: Lazarus Island
Opening Hours: 9 am - 6 pm (Weekends and PH)
Fees: $45 per pax
More Ticketing Options: KKday
Available at Lazarus Island, Splash Adventure is the the 1st Mobile Sea-play Park in Asia! Show off your best flips by bouncing off the high and low trampolines! There are also 3 jump platforms to dive in to the seas too! Finally, take a ride on the corkscrew water slide into the sea!
3. Mud Krank
Venue: Gallop Kranji Farm Resort, 10 Neo Tiew Lane 2, Farm H Singapore 718813
Opening Hours: Tue - Thu (3 pm - 9 pm), Fri & Sat (4 pm - 10 pm), and Sun (4 pm - 9 pm)
Fees: $15 (Weekdays) , $20 (Weekends)
Mud Krank is Singapore's first and only ATV trail riding facility offering a fun adventure and off-roading to families and friends in an open and safe but thrilling environment. Mud Krank looks to introduce kids to the fun of off-roading and thus rides are suitable for kids from 4 years old onwards with adult supervision!
4. Go Kart @ Jurong by The Karting Arena
Venue: Block B, 511 Upper Jurong Road Singapore 638366
Opening Hours: 1 pm - 9 pm (Tue - Fri), 9 am - 9 pm (Sat & Sun)
Admission: from $25
The Karting Arena is launching a 700-meter-long go-kart track at Upper Jurong Road for professional and leisure racers where drivers can put their skills to the test in this 11-turn track!
5. Go-Kart @ Singapore Expo by KF1
Venue: Singapore Expo Carpark
Opening Hours: TBC
Admission: from $28
A carpark at Singapore Expo with about 300 spaces has been converted into a go-kart track operated by KF1 Karting, which also has a circuit at the Singapore Turf Club in Kranji. This will be Singapore's largest outdoor go-karting track and was opened in Aug 2021 together with a host of lifestyle offerings at the Singapore Expo, including Timbre+ which will be mentioned below.
Free Playgrounds / Parks
1. Coastal Playgrove
Location: East Coast Park, Area B, Carpark B2 (near to the Road Safety Park)
Date: Tue - Sun (Closed Mon)
Hour: 8 am to 8 pm
Opened in Mar 2021, the Coastal PlayGrove at East Coast Park is a kids paradises with 4-story high slides, a 16m tall vertical challenge, sand play area, water play area and nature garden too! The massive playground is a huge hit since its opening and continues to draw the crowd to the park!
2. COMO Adventure Cove @ Gallop Extension
Venue: Gallop Extension, Singapore Botanic Gardens
Opening Hours: 7 am - 7 pm
COMO Adventure Grove, a nature playgarden, is set within nature for children to connect with through play and exploration. The playgarden draws inspiration from the trees found within the garden, and recreates the experience of tree-climbing and "monkeying" around! While it is not a huge area, the is unique in it's design and offer lots of ways for little ones to play!
3. Playground @ Kampung Siglap
Venue: 10 La Salle Street, Singapore 456933
Opening Hours: 8 am - 10 pm
Located within the Kampung Siglap Lifeskill Training & Retreat Centre is an interesting playground open to the public. It consist of a climbing structure as well as a mini-track around the playground for kids to "drive" around. There are driving signs, zebra crossing and a pair of working traffic lights too!Kampung Siglap is more than just the playground but with other facilities for families too!
4. Messy & Nature Play @ Sprout Hub
Venue: Sprout Hub, 102 Henderson Rd, Singapore 159562
Opening Hours: 10 am - 9 pm (Daily)
Opened in Oct 2021, the messy and nature play area at Sprout Hub is a new addition for kids to play at while visiting one of the largest urban farms in Singapore. While the play area is small, it is a great complement to the many family-friendly programmes organised at Sprout Hub.
5. Bukit Batok Neighbourhood Park Playground
Location: Bukit Batok Neighbourhood Park, along Bukit Batok Central Road
Located at the newly opened Bukit Batok Neighbourhood Park, the new playground features features 2 play areas, one for the younger kids and the other for the older ones. The main draw will be the impressive multi-story playground that features a tall climbing structure across multiple floors, 2 tube slides and even a rope obstacle for kids to climb!
6. Yishun Neighbourhood N8 Park
Venue: Between Blocks 809 and 810 Yishun Ring Road and HomeTeamNS Khatib
The Yishun Neighbourhood N8 Park is located between HomeTeamNS Khatib and the Blocks 810 and 809 Yishun Ring Road. It provides an great spot for outdoor play with 2 outdoor playground, including a recently opened one, and other amenities for families to spend time in the sun.
7. Bukit Gombak Park
Venue: Along Bukit Batok West Avenue 5, opposite Bukit Batok Driving Centre
Lighting Hours: 7:00 pm to 7:00 am
The 4.8-hectare Bukit Gombak Park is located on a hill and provides the surrounding families with a venue to enjoy nature, have some outdoor fun and be closer to nature. There are 3 access points for visitors to access the park, this includes the main entrance at Bukit Batok West Avenue 5, nearby to Block 394 and another from Pavilion Park.
The park includes a Butterfly Park, Playground and cafe too!
8. Jurong Lake Garden Butterfly Maze
Venue: Jurong Lake Garden
The Butterfly Maze includes a series of paths that weave between and over mounds and is set within an undulating landscape filled with butterflies. Children are given autonomy to explore and experience the maze while interacting closely with nature and learning about the lifecycle of butterflies.
9. KingFisher Wetlands
Venue: Gardens by the Bay, next to Satay by the Bay
Opening Hours: 5 am - 2 am
The latest attraction at the Gardens by the Bay, the Kingfisher Wetlands is a new freshwater sanctuary that opens your eyes to a flourishing diversity of exotic flora and fauna. Located next to Satay by the Bay, the wetlands allows for families to enjoy a leisure stroll after a hearty meal!
10. Green Corridor Central
Location: 8 Access Points, including via the dirt path a beside KAP Mall
Opening Hours: 24 hours
The Railway Corridor Central is a highly accessible stretch, anchored at each end by the Hillview and King Albert park Downtown Line MRT stations. Within this stretch you will find the Bukit Timah Railway Station and 2 steel truss railway bridges. It's proximity to the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve makes it home to a variety of flora and fauna.
A popular trekking venue since its opening, the stretch is also suitable for families with kids and provides a good experience outdoors!
11 Transport-themed Free Playground @ Great World
Venue: Great World, Level 2, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, Singapore 237994
Opening Hours: 10 am - 10 pm
A new transport-themed playground with a hot-air balloon, a train and a ship opens at Level 2 of Great World. Suitable for kids aged between 2 to 12 yrs old, these globe-trotting kids can visit the Great World Playland to explore a world of fun! The entrance of the playland is between Kith and Tokyu Hands.
Restaurants and Cafes
1. Brewekz at One Fullerton
Venue: 1 Fullerton Road, #01-01, One Fullerton, Singapore 049213
Opening Hours: 12 pm - 10.30 pm Daily
Opened in early 2021, Brewerkz One Fullerton has brought a new twist to its kids menu with refreshed favourites and innovative twists to classic dishes designed to please the young palate. With every kids meal ordered, the little ones get a go on the capsule machine to win complimentary gifts too!
2. Tiong Bahru Bakery Foothills
Venue: Fort Canning Park, The Foot Hills, 70 River Valley Road, #01-05, Singapore 179037
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 7pm (Mon – Sun)
The 7th outlet of the popular Tiong Bahru Bakery is located at Fort Canning, opposite Liang Court and just a short walk from the Fort Canning MRT Exit B. The outlet sits within the restored buildings that were the former River Valley Swimming Complex. The venue is also convenient for families who have visited the nearby Jubilee Park Playground too.
3. Kith @ Great World
Venue: Great World, 1 Kim Seng Promenade, Unit 02-152/153, Singapore 237994
Opening Hours: 8 am to 10 pm daily
Kith is known for its family-friendly menu and convenient locations! Its ninth and newest outlet is located at Great World and is conveniently located next to the mall's playground too!
4. Timbre+ Eastside
Venue: 1 Expo Dr, Hall 5 Outside, Singapore 486150
Opening Hours: 9 am - 11 pm
Timbre+ Eastside @ Expo is a green and sustainable food park, this 2,000 sqm space is designed for communities to come together to meet, learn and play. As mentioned above, you will find Singapore's largest outdoor go-karting arena and also within the food park, you will find a conveniently located playground - right in the middle of the food park for the kids to play at and for you to keep an eye on them!
5. Cluny Food Court
Venue: 1J Cluny Road, Singapore 259597 (beside Raffles Building)
Providing all-day casual and fuss free dining, Cluny Food Court is Les Amis Group's first-ever food court and it promises to be an affordable and convenient dining destination where food and people meet. A place where aspiring hawkerpreneurs have a chance to introduce their style of cuisine to the masses.
It's location also makes it a great spot for families to visit after a day out at the Botanic Gardens!
6. Flippers Bugis Junction
Venue: Bugis Junction #01-97, 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon – Sun), Last order 8pm
FLIPPER’S is a famous soufflé pancakes chain in Japan and they recently opened their 2nd outlet at Bugis Junction. The brand offers both sweet & savoury pancakes with exclusive items available only at FLIPPER’S Singapore Bugis Junction.
7. Minions Cafe
Location: 3A River Valley Road, Merchant's Court, #01-01C to 01D, Block A Clarke Quay, Singapore 179020
Opening Hours: 11 am - 10 pm
Dates: 28 Oct 2021 - 2 Jan 2022
A new immersive Minion Café opens at Clarke Quay - the first in South-East Asia! The pop-up restaurant features a Minion menu, decor and exclusive merchandise from Japan!
8. CoComelon Cafe
Venue: CLOVE, Level 2, Swissôtel The Stamford
Opening Hours: 11 am to 10-pm (Daily)
CLOVE, the all-day dining destination at Swissôtel The Stamford, is set to transform into a CoComelon-themed Cafe from 15 Nov 2021, where children can immerse themselves in a fully interactive dining experience alongside their parents.
That's a pretty long list and should keep you occupied! Do you have a new place to introduce or did we miss somewhere obvious? Join us in our conversations on social media too!